Einstürzende Neubauten - Alles Wieder Offen Tour 2008 (26.04.2008 | Gothenburg) album download
- Published By – Freibank Musikverlage – none
- Bass Guitar – Alexander Hacke
- Electric Guitar – Jochen Arbeit
- Electronics, Sampler – Ash Wednesday
- Percussion – N. U. Unruh, Rudolf Moser
- Vocals – Blixa Bargeld
NotesAll concerts between 08-Apr-08 and 27-May-08 were recorded by the band, burned on CD-R and sold immediately after the concert.
Band Name Einstürzende Neubauten. Album Name Alles Wieder Offen Tour Live 2008. Labels Self-Released. Other productions from Einstürzende Neubauten.
The new album, Alles wieder offen ("All open again"), was released in 2007 without the backing of a label, a move the band had intended to make with Perpetuum Mobile. Fans who were part of the paid EN community at neubauten. The band also filmed a video for "Nagorny Karabach". They spent the first half of 2008 touring for the album, playing 32 dates in 19 European countries.
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Recorded and mixed at The Bunker in Berlin between February 2006 and June 2007. Parts of "Nagorny Karabach" were recorded at the Teatro Valli in Reggio Emilia, Italy and at The Palast der Republik in Berlin, Germany
Saturday 12 Apr 2008 tbc. Venue /. Estragon Via Stalingrado 83, 40128 Bologna (BO), Italy.
Mobile appeared on the band's usual home label Mute so a tour could be financed. Even if it was hardly a throwaway album, the group's hunger for progress seemed undercut by the use of air horn blasts, metal crashes, and other devices that referenced the sound that made early Neubauten so infamous. Alles, on the other hand, was paid for by "supporters" who received interim recordings and an expanded final product different from the general release with bonus tracks and a DVD.
Format: Audio CDVerified Purchase. I was a big fan of "Perpetuum Mobile", and found "Alles Wieder Offen" to be similar, but by no means a repeat. Rather, I find "Alles" to be a better album- from the same world of music, but better. Einstürzende Neubauten, the sound of collapsing buildings, have never courted novelty merely for the sake of it, but they have always been open to innovation in every aspect of their creative process. And that might just go some way to explaining how after more than 27 years they still show no sign of tiring, no sign of losing their music-making vitality. 2 people found this helpful.